Monthly Archives: August 2012

Factors to consider in finding a good Pierce County DUI attorney

If you are facing a Pierce County DUI charge, you need to find an experienced and knowledgeable Pierce County DUI attorney to defend your rights. Some people think they can save money by representing themselves, but this is never advisable … Continue reading

Facing the DUI prosecutor, with help from your King County defense lawyer

With the help of your King County defense lawyer, you’ve decided you should take the stand in your DUI case. The most nerve-wracking part of this experience will, no doubt, be your cross-examination by the prosecutor. Here are two common … Continue reading

Pierce County DUI attorney explains the walk and turn test

Police use many types of tests to assess driver impairment. The walk-and-turn test, one of the standardized field sobriety tests researched by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, requires the driver to walk a straight line. It is not, however, … Continue reading

Pierce County criminal defense lawyer offers advice for testifying at your DUI trial

Before you take the stand at your DUI trial, your Pierce County criminal defense lawyer will talk to you at length about how you need to present yourself. If this makes you nervous, that’s okay—jurors will expect you to be … Continue reading

King County DUI attorney explains what happens in a walk-and-turn test

The walk-and-turn test is one of the three “standardized” field sobriety tests researched and validated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The test should take place under certain conditions, and you may be able to challenge your test results … Continue reading

Pierce County DUI lawyer explains what happens during administration of the horizontal gaze nystagmus test

In my experience as a Pierce County DUI lawyer, most people facing DUI charges were subjected to one or more field sobriety tests prior to their arrest. The horizontal gaze nystagmus test is one such test. Here is how the … Continue reading

King County DUI attorney explains the “Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus” sobriety test

King County law enforcement may ask drivers to perform a variety of field sobriety tests during DUI stops. The “horizontal gaze nystagmus” test is one of those tests. In my work as a King County DUI attorney, I explain this … Continue reading

Grounds your Pierce County DUI lawyer can rely upon to challenge Romberg Test results

If you have a pending DUI case, an experienced Pierce County DUI lawyer can help you understand all of the ways you may be able to challenge the prosecution’s evidence against you. For example, if you performed the Romberg Balancing … Continue reading